Computex 2015 - Adding to the incredible laptop offerings by AUROS is its small peripheral range. Seeing a debut at Computex 2014, a GIGABYTE representative explained to me that AUROS is all about "high-end gaming only" and intends to produce only premium quality peripherals at a premium price.
Pictured here is the Thunder K7 mechanical keyboard, offering a detachable numpad. This numpad can connect on either side of the keyboard, clipping in using magnets and is interchangeable depending on which way you would like to use it. The same goes for the wrist rest, doing away with the annoying 'click-in' plastic clips of the past. Adding to this is Cherry MX Red mechanical keys and complete anti-ghosting capabilities.
Next up is the Thunder M7 mouse, offering 16 programmable macro keys, an 8200dpi laser sensor, 20 million click Omron switches and is targeted at MMO and RPG gamers.